Definition of Geyer
1. gey [adj] - See also: gey
Lexicographical Neighbors of Geyer
geyer (current term)
Literary usage of Geyer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1900)
"KA BOTTIGER on L. geyer. WE have deferred all mention of a peculiarly important tie of friendship, uniting police-actuary Friedrich Wagner to the painter ..."
2. Reminiscences of the Bench and Bar of Missouri: With an Appendix, Containing by William Van Ness Bay (1878)
"geyer. The subject of this sketch, who was of German extraction, his father having ... Mr. geyer volunteered in the War of 1812, and reached the grade of ..."
3. History of Pittsburgh and Environs, from Prehistoric Days to the Beginning by George Thornton Fleming (1922)
"Mr. geyer is a son of John and Marie geyer, and his father was for many years a ... With no other preparation for his career, however, Mr. geyer found ..."
4. The London Journal of Botany by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1845)
"Mr. geyer has now divided his ample collections into 20 sets; the fullest of which amounts to 600 species; the lowest to 2 or 300; but the species wanting ..."
5. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1891)
"E. geyer : - It seems to me that the occurrence quoted here from Franklin tends to show that the ordinary theory of the lightning-rod is essentially true. ..."
6. Personal Recollections of Many Prominent People Whom I Have Known: And of by John Fletcher Darby (1880)
"He asked Mr. Tiffany many questions about Mr. geyer,— about Mr. geyer's size, about his physique, about his voice, about the color of his hair and eyes, ..."